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valley. news 3 is your weather authority. we'll tell you what else you should expect to deal with within the next few days. breaking news. the bill to raise hotel taxes in the valley to help build a new stadium passes the house and the senate. thanks for joining us. i'm latoya silmon. >> i'm marie mortera. we have team coverage on this breaking story. our kelsey thomas joins us live at the dive bar near let's start with
jeff gillan live in carson city. what a development. what happens now? >> reporter: what a day, marie. good to see you. it's a special session few people could have imagined. tough debate. a marathon session from last night into this morning. it all culminated in the state assembly. they adjourned friday morning,
and they reconvened. they took the vote everybody is waiting for. it's a tax hike. the stadium an contention center needed two thirds, 28 votes. that's all they got. the stadium was backed by sheldon adelson, putting up $650 million of his own money. the raiders $500 million. the tax payers, $750 million. supporters say this means thousands of jobs. >> you cannot understand estimate the vue unemployed construction workers. how important it was for them to get back to work. >> we'll be back
here in a couple of months with no good answers for how we fund fully our budget and we're gonna be making cuts. yet, we'll have a shiny new stadium. >> reporter: yeah, there's some hard feelings on both sides of the aisle, especially on the democratic side of the aisle about how this tull turned out.
week. some democrats opposed it but some democrats sided with sheldon adelson. republicans were siding with labor. they are gonna be talking about this special session for a long time to come. in carson city, i'm jeff gillan, news 3. let's go to kelsey thomas at the dive bar. kelsey? >> reporter: well, jeff, it's not a done deal, as you said. but there's still plenty of excitement. if you are a raider fan, this is the place where you are right >> reporter: they are rooting for the team they love and they want it here in this city that they live in. tell me, how are you feeling right now? >> we're excited! it's the silver and black that's coming. it's raiders. the raiders are coming to las vegas. i'm so excited. we have a big show for you, people! you have to see it. the raiders, las vegas. >> reporter: obviously, they are saying it could be a touchdown for raider nation.
sign this on monday and mark davis has to present it to the nfl owners. we're live today at the dive bar. back to you. >> a few more steps to go but people are so ready to see the raiders here in las vegas. we have another raiders' fan in the building. he may not be wearing the silver and black. wearing a little red, kevin janison. you've been a long-time raiders' fan. me. i go back to the late '60s and '70s. it was a lot of fun being a raiders' fan. been a tough decade but it looks like we've turned a corner and this year looks very promising. some neighborhoods with proty potent winds. we've had gust over 30 miles an hour. they will ramp up, die down tonight and come back tomorrow
strongest winds are expected sunday and monday and that's when we think we'll get a few gusts over 40 miles an hour. they will get your attention as the wind advisory, there is a good chance they will move south into southern nevada and clark county. we'll spell it out all, especially with the timing with your full seven-day forecast which includes the weekend and beyond. we'll do that in a couple of minutes. ladies? >> looking forward to it. republicannal president candidate donald trump is misconduct. >> this comes from a woman who told the washington post trump reached under her skirt and groped her. this happened in the early '90s. >> never met this perp, these people. -- this it person, these people. i don't know who they are. think about what's happening to our country. i don't know who these people are. i look on television. i think it's a disgusting thing. it's being pushed. they have no witnesses. there's nobody around.
evidence these accusations are false and will release them. that's not happened yet. coming up, we'll take a look at what wikileaks has released on hillary clinton's campaign. that is at 3:30. well, it has been a week since hurricane matthew hit the carolinas but the effects are still being felt. >> 24 people have died from the storm in north carolina alone. many have been killed by devastating floods. >> reporter: it's a slow-motion disaster in the some of the river is swollen by hurricane matthew's rainfall are just cresting today, a full week after the storm hit. >> we've had a hard time explaining when the sky is beautiful and blue there's a rolling disaster happening. >> reporter: other downriver towns might not see the worst until the weekend. >> i'm kind of terrified. you have nice memories but i've
i did not know what to pick up. >> reporter: it's been a week where hundreds have been rescued in helicopters and boats. 40,000 are without power in north carolina alone. the national guard has deployed in high-water trucks to prevent looting. >> a lot of people who lost everything had little to begin with but they've lost everything. we're gonna do everything we can to help them. >> reporter: the historic town of princeville, north carolina flooded floyd. today, it's under water again. >> i would say 80% of this town is under water at this point in time. >> reporter: many here hope the sun keeps shining and they will have something left when the water is finally gone. a home explodes with two people inside. >> an update on their condition is next. and a shark cage doesn't do
jim childs: one of the ways criminals avoid background checks is by going online and connecting with strangers to buy guns. as someone in law enforcement, i think that's dangerous. millions of guns are sold through websites like this,
most with no background checks, no questions asked. the law requires background checks in gun stores;
now a bad guy is armed - and potentially dangerous. and that's a threat to all of us.
narrator vo: yes on question 1 he's divisive and dangerous. "uh, i don't know what i said. uh... i don't remember." but congressman hardy supports trump 100% and said he'll do whatever trump wants him to do. hardy even said people with disabilities are a drain on society and that seniors who rely on programs like social security donald trump and congressman hardy -- divisive and dangerous.
joe heck's and donald trump's views on women are disturbing. heck voted to defund planned parenthood 10 times. he was even willing to shut down the government over it. and they both outlaw abortion. "do you believe in punishment for abortion?" "the answer is that, there has to be some form of punishment." alize abortion, even in cases of rape. donald trump and joe heck are not for you.
officials are currently investigating a home explosion in ohio. the sheriff's office says two people were inside the home at the time of the explosion. both were transported to the hospital. their identities and injuries are currently unknown. the home is completely destroyed and fire spread to two other homes. a neighbor said it felt like the explosion shook the entire city. french's president will preside over a ceremony tomorrow
of a bastile day attack. the ceremony was to be held today but had to be postponed because of weather conditions. fans remains under a state of emergency after those attacks last year. a small plane crashes in pennsylvania and the pilot was >> what officials say happened that almost took the life of the pilot. and a doctor claiming discrimination on a plane after a passenger falls ill. what she said the flight
a spirit airline was diverted to cleveland as a result of the crash. the human fly who scaled the trump tower in new york in august made a brief court appearance yesterday. the 19-year-old is charged with reckless endangerment and criminal trespassing. at the time he told investigators he wanted to have a private meeting with donald trump. his antics they were caught live on social media and he quickly became a sensation on twitter and facebook. he did not enter a his case was adjourned until december 13th. some u.s. airlines are adding new fire-proof bags to their fleets in case a cell phone or a laptop battery overheats and catches on fire. alaska airlines was the first to install the bags across the who el fleet. the bags can withstand temperatures up to 3200 degrees fahrenheit. delta says all of the aircraft will have the bags with first
the other airlines have no immediate plans to add them. a female officer was in her car with eyes closed around 2:00 thursday morning and a woman was concerned for the officer's safety. a woman took the photos and it went on facebook. the police department of this and will take action. colombia's president extending a cease-fire with the largest rebel movement trying to save a peace deal. president santos took the action in a bid to give more time to rescue the deal. he may made -- made the announcement after meeting and
broaden. hope is beginning to reach haiti. >> families brought their injured to be seen by medical personnel. these medics attended to a steady stream of local residents. earlier this week, the charity flew tons of aid, including tarps, water and hygiene kits for relief of victims of hurricane matthew. it plans to distribute to more food down the road. a tornado touched onshore near the town of manzanita. strong winds and heavy rain ripped through the streets. one woman says all of the windows in her house were blown out. an even rougher storm is expected to hit this weekend. no injuries or deaths have been reported. as we look to the weekend forecast, your weather authority, nothing extreme like that here.
last tornado was almost 20 years ago. that was a great observation there. there's no difference between a waterspout and tornado. just depends where they are. if it moves on land, it's a tornado. they can pack a punch. we had a great collection of lenticular clouds. they look like flying saucers. you see them on the right side your screen. they form over the mountains and sometimes we get som pretty spectacular. this one formed over mount charleston. it almost looks like a chimney. it helps create that flying saucer look to those clouds. we'll check in with a couple of weather stations. it's calm for the moment at the lodge but they've gust to 43 miles per hour. we do expect this weekend, the strongest winds to be at the higher elevations. as far as southwest, blowing at 16, having gust to 30.
gusted to 35. currently blowing at 17 miles an hour. the winds are bobbing and weaving. they won't get too strong and will ramp up. but today and tomorrow, breezy and a few neighborhoods will be gusting at or above that 35-mile-an-hour mark. the mountain bumping back up to 11. the lakes, they had a gust of 33. the mountain gusting over 40. temperature-wise, i'm telling it you, winic temperature to 93. the record high for this date is 9 6. we are in the cul-de-sac and the winds not strong enough to kick up any dust. so the air quality remains in the good category. as you start your saturday, mid-70s in the morning. mid-80s at lunchtime. upper 80s close to 90 for the high tomorrow. winds like today will ramp up in the afternoon and at times will
hour on sunday. probable. here's system number one, pretty good rains in california and trying to work their way across the sierra into nevada. you can the area of low pressure there. that's a well-defined system. there will be a second piece of energy, even stronger that comes into the pacific northwest. that's why we think the winds here in southern nevada will be stronger sunday and monday. 56 overnight in pahrump. 66 for your friday night in mesquite. high temperatures tomorrow, boulder city, 89. laughlin, 93. 84 in in -- in indian springs. definitely breezy. a few gust possible, over 30 miles an hour. tomorrow, 89 the expected high. the first two-thirds of the day, 10, 25. but by the afternoon, they will get stronger and we'll have more gusts over 30 miles an hour. that will make things choppy at the lake. the water temperature down to
is starting to fall. here's your seven-day forecast -- so the stronger round of winds will be sunday and monday. we'll get a chance to catch our breath on tuesday before breezy conditions, just breezy, curb on wednesday. notice the temperature, downward trend but not a downward plunge. we're talking mid-80s instead of 90. mid-80s >> that's heaven. i watch the national show and see people in winter clothes. >> you do get to wear them for about six hours. >> then it's over. >> that's it. >> i like that plan. >> thank you. >> sure.
ray steiber: i was in charge of homicide. i know when something's not right. the attacks on question 1 are wrong. question 1 protects the right of law abiding nevadans hunt.
protection. it's all there. doesn't change. and no one goes to jail for swapping guns while hunting or at the shooting range. what changes is convicted felons can't run to a gun show or go online and buy guns without background checks. that will save lives. yes on 1.
i'm dana wagner. we take you to the dallas stars opening
the season at home onerring dash can dash honoring the five police who were killed >> in july, dallas suffered the tragic loss of the dallas police. to honor their memory and all of those who serve and protect, we welcome the thompson and smith family. >> some of the families of the victims coming out last night. it was a heartfelt moment. each players' helmet had a sticker with the badge of one of the five officer that was
flight. somebody having a medical emergency. this doctor steps forward and says i will help out, when the flight attendant says i don't need your help. she found an older white man who was a doctor. flight attendant telling that african-american doctor, oh, sweety put your hand down. we're looking for physicians or nurses. in the end, they did apologize for that. but the doctor is calling it a check out this time lapse footage out of japan. it looks like a castle floating on clouds. the weather conditions had to be exactly perfect for this. locals say this happens about ten times a year. this was the first time it's happened this year, 2016. to china, two panda cubs celebrate their first birthday at the zoo.
boxes with different fortunes on each box to let the cubs choose one. in the end, both cubs went head first for the bamboo at the same time. absolutely adorable. and that's what's buzzing today, las vegas. back to you. >> something about panda us. >> i know. so cute! changes are coming to how you can peak your passport how you can take your passport picture. and how a shark was able to get into a cage meant to keep them out while divers go under water. he's divisive and dangerous. "uh, i don't know what i said. uh... i don't remember." but congressman hardy supports trump 100% and said he'll do whatever trump wants him to do. hardy even said people with disabilities
the desert is where bad guys go when they want to make evidence disappear. but hiding the evidence won't help danny tarkanian. sure, he can bury all those property taxes he skipped out on for years... ...or all those fake charities he helped set up... ...or the scams against seniors he formed... he can try, but he can't make his record disappear. danny tarkanian: just a con man who can't bury the truth.
joe heck's and donald trump's views on women are disturbing. heck voted to defund planned parenthood 10 times. he was even willing to shut down the government over it. and they both outlaw abortion. "do you believe in punishment for abortion?" "the answer is that, there has to be some form of punishment." criminalize abortion, even in cases of rape. donald trump and joe heck are not for you. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. right now at 3:30, breaking news. the bill that will help fund an nfl stadium here in las vegas gets the green light by lawmakers. we'll talk about the next steps
credited with saving the life of his handler. what he did to make sure his owner got to safety. and separated at last. hours and hours of surgery to separate two boys joined at the head ends in success. what's next for the twins who are now on their own? let's begin with breaking news. in case you missed, the house and senate passed the bill that would raise the hotel fund an nfl stadium here. >> the assembly passed the bill shortly before noon. about an hour later, the bill was passed by the state senate. it goes to the desk of governor brian sandoval. he will sign the bill right here in las vegas. >> now we're hearing from the oakland raiders. the owner of the team mark davis said i would like to thank governor sandoval, the infrastructure committee and